A fundraising page set up by a north-east volunteer group has reached its target.
The Street Friends Helping the Homeless group set up an online donation page with the hopes of raising £300 to help the homeless.
A total of 16 people donated £325 in just 13 days.
The money will cover the cost of new wagons, a new table and flasks, which will enable the group to continue offering food and hot drinks to the homeless and vulnerable in Aberdeen.
The group, which has been active since the end of May, receives donations from local shops and individuals ranging from basic goods, fresh food, hygiene products, sleeping bags and haircuts.
Street Friends Helping the Homeless was founded by Justin Richie.
Those interested in helping Street Friends Helping the Homeless should contact the group on their Facebook page.